Originally Posted by WVRed
I bet conservative talk show hosts are going nanners.
They were probably be going crazier if Moore's film had been nominated for best picture while Gibson's had not.
Sometimes too much is made of the nominations. "Saving Private Ryan" didn't win best picture, but is probably better remembered and more highly regarded than whichever film won that year. "Star Wars" is probably more highly regarded than "Annie Hall", which was the best picture winner in 1977. Clark Gable's Rhett Butler from "Gone With The Wind" is a more remembered character than Robert Donat's title character in "Goodbye Mr. Chips, " but the latter won the best actor nod for 1939. Humphrey Bogart did not win a best actor Oscar for his performance as Richard Blaine in "Casablanca."